Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery: Micro Optical Force Sensor for Force Feedback

Inside this paper we can find info such as design, sensor prototype, engineering, mechanical engineering, scientific research, reflected signal, sensitivity, invasive robotic surgery, force sensor, electro discharge, shaft, surgery, and distance measurement. Lots of info around feedback, prototype, the assembly process, tissue, sensor, direction, instrument, surgical instruments, component force, resolution, required force range, and displacements are explained in the paper.

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During minimally invasive surgery (MIS), the surgical instruments are introduced into the body through small incisions. The major advantages are the reduced trauma and shorter recovery time for the patient. On the other hand, the surgeon looses tactile feedback, direct hand–eye coordination, and also two degrees of freedom of the instrument. As the instrument can only rotate and slide through the trocar point (the point where the instrument enters the body), the number of degrees of freedom is limited to 4.

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